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i don't know why i do these things. thanks for pointing it all out. there is a number on your screen, 877-225-8587. we are not the destroy trump media, always fair and balanced. let not your heart be troubled. here is laura! t's like this. seriously, you can't do it? i thought you said you were athletic. >> laura: oh, my gosh. i will be due at any sport any time. you know it is called obsessive-compulsive. >> sean: i can actually do all this at one time. >> laura: are we still doing the foam football or had we graduated? >> sean: tomorrow is the "ingraham hotline." call the number and talk about ingraham and don't suck up to her. >> laura: i have to say something, i watched you and michelle tonight and i completely agree that they have to release those videotapes. that biggest shooting, israel
skating along with these cliches, we need to know what happened, you and michelle are totally right. >> sean: if we put the retired military and retired please, conceal-carry, 15, 20 hours a week, get your taxes free, state, federal, local. >> laura: anything that keeps money away from the government, i'm all for. >> sean: have a great show. >> laura: good evening, from washington, i'm laura ingraham, this is "the ingraham angle." we had a roller coaster "newsday," including an uproar among second amendment advocates among the mike about comments made by president trump. plus, what the second council may be trying to pin on the president and on him. and later, tonight's "angle" on the i.c.e. chief blasting oakland mayor calling her "no better than a gang look out"
after she tipped off those two rates that were done over the last three days. and some in hollywood -- this is unbelievable -- are trying to push ryan seacrest off the red carpet at the oscars. and just as barbra streisand is blaming gun violence, of course, on the president. we'll have all the details. first, is president trump giving away the store on gun rights? during a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers this afternoon, the president shocked republicans -- yours truly included -- and democrats alike after saying this. >> i like taking the guns early. it is a crazy man's case that just took place in florida. they sought everything. to go to court. you could do exactly what you're saying, but take the guns first, go through due process second. you have to look at the age of
21 for certain types of weapons. some people aren't going to like that, but you're going to have to look at that, seriously. >> laura: well, he looked at pat toomey at one point, and pat toomey, who did the point with manchin, and he says, that's not in the bill, and he says, you know why? you are afraid of the nra. he also added that he wanted to strengthen background checks for gun buyers, that's fine. the problem is, those policies have been fiercely opposed by the nra and other advocates that he said he was standing with her most issues. a little bit confusing. joining us now to discuss this a lot more, the jeff sessions pollard, republican congressman and brit hume, it is so great to have both of you on the show. i don't think you have been on "the ingraham angle" before and thus i'm losing my mind. thank you for joining us. i appreciate it. >> is not my first time, laura.
i've been here before. >> laura: you've been in the studio with me, thank you so much. what about this drug bipartisan meeting today, have the cameras pulled in. interesting, sitting next dianne feinstein, and you had manchin and toomey who had come up with some interesting legislation, then the president kind of hits toomey and says, you are afraid of the nra. i don't think toomey seems to be afraid of the nra on most any issue that i know of. >> i think that's right. and toomey -- i don't remember the exact words. toomey had a pretty good comeback. it will go on the books as president attacking republican senator, but i think it was something the world won't remember. >> laura: ron, congressman, on the issue of this meeting at the white house, twitter blew up, social media blew up, people watching this didn't know what the president was advocating, and at one point, dianne
feinstein said, what are we going to do about these weapons of war, and he basically seemed to say, well, we should look at that too, and then it may be either an all-out pan -- it was difficult to follow. she seemed to be rubbing her hands together and saying, oh, goody. maybe this was all a show. i know you and i are big fans of the president, but this was a wild thing. it was not cool for a lot of people. >> when i think of the overall debate, not just that meeting, but since this has happened, you have an instance in which the authorities had dozens of calls and visits to this shooter's home. people in the school knew that this was somebody who had serious problems. obviously he got kicked out of the school. you had all these red flags, and of course, the fbi was given a specific tip that he was going to commit a school shooting, and yet they fell down on the job. that is the number one issue that comes out of this. and then i think there are
obvious things that we should be doing on a state and local level to harden the schools, to provide more visible security, and to deal with the mental health issues. i mean, all that stuff could be dealt with. i think you get really good even bipartisan support. i think when you start going down the waters that dianne feinstein wants to go down, that's not going to go. >> laura: take the guns and go to the court later, i wasn't following that. we have to get to the bad blood between jeff sessions, the attorney general, and donald trump. the president started by saying, "why is ag jeff sessions asking the inspector general to investigate potentially massive visor abuse, it will take forever, already delete the reports on comey. it is in the iga and obama guy, why not use justice department,
this is disgraceful." his own staff of lawyers and investigators, et cetera. brit, let's go to your first, what's happening here with this continued frustration, the president obviously has with the attorney general, is this why? >> laura, i think it is simple, i think the president's conception of what an attorney general is supposed to be is his political protector, his political and legal protector. as you and i both know, that is absolutely not with the attorney general's poster. he is supposed to advise the president on legal and perhaps ethical matters but he is not supposed to run the justice department to run interference politically or legally for the president. the president has been disappointed from the jump with sessions because he thought sessions would be helping him out in dealing with the russian matter and so on, and sessions, quite properly, and my view, recused himself, and in this instance, quite properly, turned to the inspector general to investigate alleged misconduct
by the apartment rather than having justice department lawyers investigate. i think the president is clearly off-base here and i think the nation has been well served by jeff sessions. we should hope just to make session should stay on the job regardless of his hazing. >> laura: congressman desantis, he stayed on this matter, and he seems to disagree on the best way to pursue this. >> you're right, laura. he is a fine guy, but he doesn't have any prosecutor press get r , he will offer reports and write a recommendation, and there is a time and place, but from what we have seen over the last six or seven months, scores of people who have been demoted who or who have to leave them agencies, a bunch of different offenses, you need a special counsel who can actually pursue
those matters, somebody from outside the justice department, not afraid to offend the applecart. the ig is not going to cut it. >> if you're looking for a quick investigation that won't take very long, as the congressman suggests he like to see, the last thing you need is another special counsel. they famously take forever, they run far afield from their original purpose. i have had constitutional doubts, regardless of that, a bad idea anyway, and the last thing on earth we need is another one of those. >> laura: other than jared kushner and ivanka trump, the only other person that has been with president trump, by his side on the campaign or governing mode, has been hope hicks, and today it was announced she will be leaving the white house in the coming weeks. how big of a story is this, brit, and will that further,
perhaps, destabilize the situation in the west wing? >> i think she is a loss to the president because he trusted her, and by all reports, she was very able. why make wise, as john kelly said, beyond her years make years, i think steered him away from his own impulses and showcase what he did well. she is a loss. i don't think that her departure is any kind of scandal or reflects badly on her. i suspect she has had enough in two years, and that is a pretty long tour of duty, and i suspect that the opportunities waiting for her on the outside are extraordinary. i don't blame her at all for seeking to take someone up on one. >> laura: congressman desantis, i heard some time ago that she wanted to move on to something else. all the other networks are saying, this is because she had nine hours of testimony and house until, and it was grueling, and the white lies, an
end they're trying to tie this in. but i think she was kind of gearing down months ago, but she stayed on because she wanted to help the president. your thoughts quickly? >> she has been with the president since the first day of the campaign. she has been with us for a long time. it is not an easy job for the campaign or the white house. she was very respected and i think she did a good job for president trump. >> laura: all right, thank you both. no matter what comes of the pfizer investigation, democrats are hoping that special prosecutor bob mueller will find evidence of wrongdoing by the president. republican strategists and i'm confident roger stone joins us now to share what he believes mueller is now investigating. roger joins us from miami. roger, great to see you. these leaks keep coming out, don't they, of the mueller investigation? we'll get into a lot of it. some of it is now seeming to focus on whether donald trump
knew about those wikileaks hacks or the emails that wikileaks had of john podesta and the dnc, and your name keeps popping up as a potential intermediary between, i guess, implied, the trump campaign and julian assange. i know you've been through this before, but it's all out today. >> this is an attempt by the handmaidens of the democratic party and the mainstream media to reinflate the inflated russian collusion delusion. let's be very clear. the truncated doctored screenshot published by the "atlantic" magazine actually proves that i had no advanced knowledge of the source or content of the wikileaks disclosures regarding hillary clinton and i never claimed that i did. julie and assange himself has said, "roger stone merely
retreated and followed what i did, absolutely true." and to be absolutely clear, i never discuss the wikileaks disclosures regarding hillary or john podesta, which i also had no knowledge of come up with candidate donald trump, before, during, or after the election. there is just literally nothing there. now, all this material that was released today had been turned over to the house intelligence committee months ago. but this is an attempt to, essentially, reinflate a false narrative. >> laura: don't you also see a shift happen, roger. they were set on the collusion narrative and they tried, but it doesn't seem to be really going anywhere. you sense they are moving to a compromise narrative, namely that the president reportedly must be compromised in some way by russia, hence his soft treatment of russia. and i want to play something for you from your dear friend this
morning on cnn. let's watch. >> why has donald trump been so favorable to vladimir putin? what is in it for him? >> a very clear possibility is business, money, that he has business dealings in russia that he has wanted to cultivate. i just wrote a story in "the new yorker" about when he brought the miss universe pageant to moscow in 2013. that led directly to the meeting and trump tower in june of 2016. >> laura: now, roger, the miss universe pageant is brought into the equation on the mueller investigation. aside from the rank speculation by toobin? >> if we are so pro-putin, why is he bringing that over the adamant objection of the russians? donald trump didn't want to go
to war over syria and hillary clinton was promising the deep state and expansion of the war there. if you look at syria, assad had that, on the other side, you have isis and a thousand other radical groups. we have no place here. donald trump does not want to spend borrowed american money or american lives going to war with russia over syria. a no-fly zone as favored by hillary clinton and john mccain would have been an indication for a world war iii. donald trump was the peace candidate in the last election. he has no illusions about russia or the fact that putin is a bad guy, but they have thermonuclear weapons, laura. perhaps we should be talking to them. >> laura: and the idea that trump is somehow softer on the russians then obama was -- i mean, obama's big push was december 2016, okay, we're going
to kick these russian officials out of the country. but they were trying to do the reset, they had to deal with bill clinton, the secretary of state, uranium one. i think the argument is clear that, if anyone was soft on russia, it was obama. it wasn't trump. it was obama who was soft. >> the mainstream media is absolutely right about the fact that there was a major party candidate whose aids were in bed with the oligarchs around vladimir putin. there was one candidate whose foundation was taking millions of dollars from russian interests. that would be the real hillarym clinton. the panama papers published in january of 2016 exposed to the podesta brothers' dealings, shady dealings, and russia, the gas deal, the banking deal. this is all a matter of public records. she was the candidate in bed with putin, not donald trump. >> laura: by the way, roger, i know you love this story, jeff sessions is dining at a
very high-profile restaurant tonight with rod rosenstein and newell francisco, and this is being interpreted a big show of force, doj, in the face of the trump to beat this morning your thoughts? >> rod rosenstein approved the use of the phony russian dossier as the legal rationale for surveillance of the republican candidates for president. rod rosenstein should be terminated immediately. he has a conflict of instrument or make interests in the appointment of robert mueller, who gave him his first appointment, up to his neck in uranium one as the u.s. attorney. rosenstein must go first, then, sadly, jeff sessions should go next. >> laura: all right, roger, thanks so much. we've got big news from the century state, yeah, california, coming up. we are also mentally why the nation's top immigration official is blasting the mayor of oakland for helping hundreds and hundreds of criminals escape
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enforced that it had just wrapped a three-day sweep that netted 150 illegal aliens, many of you were probably, but oakland mayor libby schaaf was not amused. last weekend, mayor schaaf took the extraordinary step of sending out a public notice that warned immigrants and their families of the impending i.c.e. raids. >> i continue to feel confident that what i did was the right thing and it was legal. i did not give specific information that could have endangered law enforcement. i encouraged people to not panic but to know their rights, to know their responsibilities, and to know about the unique resources that are available in this community. >> laura: now, according to that warped view, immigration laws are, at their core, discriminatory and unfair, and
therefore, ignoring them or avoiding them is not only fine, it is the honorable thing to do. so get this, if you are a criminal alien, there is no better state to live in then good old california. what mayor schaaf did with her illegal immigrant emergency broadcast bulletin, it wasn't just outrageous, it is potentially criminal. i.c.e. director tom homan said the justice department is reviewing the possibility of filing federal charges against the mayor, and the washington times headline said, "locked libby up now, worry about hillary later." that was a fun one. half of the 150 arrested were convicted criminals, and the charges include gang membership, weapons, domestic violence, and duis. but unfortunately, some 864 criminals that i.c.e. was
seeking remain at large in the oakland and san francisco regions. now, some of them undoubtedly fled the area after receiving the warning by mayor schaaf. well, this incensed the i.c.e. director, tom homan, who spoke with "fox & friends." >> and politicians choose to take care of their political ambitions and make political statements on the backs of law enforcement, it's terrible. it makes our job more difficult. i will say this, a mayor and every other politician that wants to vilify i.c.e., we are not going way. we are going to keep enforcing the law. >> laura: of course, the mayor defended her actions, calling it her duty and moral obligation. oh, please. and she later told "the washington post," "i consider myself a law-abiding citizen. i consider myself a believer in american democracy that moves towards a more just society, and
i definitely consider myself part of the resistance. at least she's honest. resistance to common sense, it may be. well doing this, mayor schaaf's dancing right on the edge of obstruction of justice for shamelessly putting agents, police, and her neighbors in nate my danger. i really hope that attorney general jeff sessions is taking a serious look at this. here's the bottom line. because the oakland mayor put politics and, frankly, her sheer hatred of the president ahead of the rule of law, innocent californians, and legal immigrants, by the way, might die, be terribly harmed, and i know -- but how does making life easier for criminal aliens, including ms-13 gang bangers, how does that help your community? it's disgraceful.
and that's desantis. joining us now for reaction is bay area radio talk show host ethan bearman, who is in l.a. tonight. ethan, that is your neck of the woods up there in san francisco area, talk radio is hot up there, we have 864 criminal aliens now on the loose who have either been ordered deported -- didn't show up -- or convicted criminals, also illegal immigrants, who were released back into the system. i.c.e. wants to get them out of the country to keep the people of the bay area safe. how does this mayor, in good conscience, one them to escape, and divide is that good? >> she didn't specifically warn them, because those who have been convicted of specific crimes. california, even under sanctuary state laws, sb64, we prefer to work with i.c.e. when you are
convicted of a violent felony. it's not like we are like, yeah, violent felon, that's not the case. what it is, we have a couple of million people who are members of our community, the city of oakland community, those are members of the community whose job is to protect and care for her community. these are members of our community who may have married an american citizen, have children who are american citizens -- >> laura: ethan, that's all great, ea, yea, that's all great. however, there is something called federal immigration law, and we are not allowed as american citizens to pick and choose which federal laws that we abide by -- if we don't like them, that's fine, figure out a way to elect more officials that change the laws, but the laws and books now say that if you are a criminal alien you are subject to immediate deportatio. california has made it -- put out a welcome mat for individuals in the country
illegally who commit crimes. maybe it is multiple duis. people die in those crimes. maybe it is a single narcotics trafficking charge. maybe it is stealing. maybe it's domestic abuse. those are the types of people swept up in this raid. now we have the people who are still at large, by the way, one of the targets in oakland include a honduran citizen who was previously arrested in san francisco multiple times for cocaine possession and transport -- probation violations and with a minor -- sex with a minor under 15. we don't think that's a problem? >> of course someone who has committed a pedophilic act like that should be put in prison or deported. but that is one example, an anecdote. by the way, i am allowed advocate on my show against driving under the influence. >> laura: that's not a problem in l.a., though, immigrants driving drunk? that is a huge problem, and the
duis -- right, we are full up, we don't need anymore and driving drunk. you're absolutely right, ethan. i salute you for doing that on your show. we have enough problems. we don't need to import new problems, not until we get every homeless person and fed off the streets. of course we have americans that do that. it doesn't mean we want more -- >> we have worked very hard to get homeless vets off the street. there has been tremendous progress. >> laura: oh, wow. >> laura: there is, late, homeless homelessness epidemic. >> speak what you talked about e of law, they brought the case to the supreme court in 1997, the majority opinion written by justice scalia, supported by chief justice rehnquist that talked about commandeering. the federal government cannot commandeer local resources to do their job.
we don't have to cooperate. speak >> laura: if you guys think it works out well for you to have these criminal aliens, gang bangers, people transporting weapons, domestic abusers released into the system to get a warning from the mayor of oakland, flee the scene, come back later with i.c.e. is gone, if you think that's going to work out well for you, god bless you. i hope it works out. the second they cross another state's boundaries, guess what? those states are going to work with i.c.e. to get them out of the country. i don't see how this is good for tourism, good for the state, just because people want some cheap agricultural and hospitality workers. i don't see how that's good for you. you didn't, it's great -- go ahead, you can close out. speak i'm going to say, 874 out of about 200 million people. i agree, criminals want to take care of criminals, they need to serve the time, be held accountable for their actions. i don't disagree with that, just how we go about it. you and i both want safer
streets, laura. i agree with that. but we want to take care of our community and the peoples in it. >> laura: the first obligation for any elected official is to the american citizen. the community is a euphemism. it is a community of american citizens and people who went about it the right way. great to have you. i'm going to tune into your show. we saw the epic failure of deputies to stop the florida school shooting, so should teachers be the first line of defense? we are going to debate the president's controversial proposal to arm them. later, msnbc attacked the later, msnbc attacked the first ♪ no, please, please, oh! ♪ (shrieks in terror) (heavy breathing and snorting) no, no.
apparently ordered deputies searching for the active shooter to stop and set up a perimeter outside. the source, who was on the scene, said that was atrocious and could have cost lives. we brought to a similar report a few days ago, and it related to a body camera. they were told, if you don't have body cameras, don't go in. that report has not been disputed by broward. in a string of revelations. should teachers be allowed, if they want, to carry guns. for more, we are joined by the founder for faster colorado, a civil liberties board, along with the executive director of the national association of school resource officers. let's start with you. the public polling on this, 50% say no or 56% say no, but this
will be a state determination. if they want to do this, what is wrong with that teacher deciding, i'm going to defend myself and my students? >> we realize this is going to take place at the local level, the thing that we are: four, one armed law enforcement officer, specifically trained to work in a school environment. when we talk about teachers being armed, the last thing we want to do is suggest that anyone second amendment rights were violated. we are not about that at all. we recognize that their concerns about teachers on a whole being armed, and when you hear a statement like arming teachers, that is a broad statement. it causes broad responses like, our association being concerned about -- >> laura: just so i understand it, your organization is not
against teachers in certain circumstances carrying a firearm? >> i didn't say that? >> laura: trying to couch it here. are you in favor of teachers -- >> our recommendation is that they not be armed. >> laura: thank you, that's what i thought. you don't want them armed. he went to school resource officer to be trained to be armed, right, with more than maybe pepper spray, be armed. the problem is, we had a school resource officer, correct, and broward, and that didn't work out? so something has got to change? let's go to you on this. you made a lot of progress in colorado on this issue, talked to on the radio today, the scenario is my teacher has a gun and the student wrestled it away, gun goes off, shoots the kid, or a teacher gets frustrated, blasts away, that's a concern. >> right.
let's think about who these folks are. they're not just teachers. they are janitors, principals, all kinds of folks throughout the school, and they are all volunteers. a lot of people are saying teachers don't want to be armed. if they don't want to be armed, they are not going to ever be armed. all of those what-if scenarios, we trained for that, the training that these folks go through, not quite to the deputized level like you were mentioning earlier, they are very, very well trained and certified in firearms proficiency just like police officers do in states where this is being done. so to say that it is only law enforcement that can stop a killer, we think that that is just not accurate, and the faster you stop the shooter, if you people died. and even where there is a school resource officer, in a school that is big enough for an sro, that is a big school with lots of hallways and classrooms, and the bad guy knows that.
the sro is in uniform, they know exactly who they are. >> laura: i always go back to this. we have a god-given right, in my view, to be defend ourselves, and to ask these teachers to go to school where you may or may not have a resource officer who is there at the right place and responds and the right way, i would much rather be able to defend myself, defend my students come up mental health, whatever it is, that is my god-given right, and i think if you don't want to do that as a teacher, mo, then don't do it, or if you are a parent who has a problem with this, i would hightail it to another school district, but i would take the chances of a teacher or a maintenance person who knows firearms to protect that over hoping the police get there in time and hoping the one resource officer can handle it. it's our god-given right, and i don't like people taking away
our god-given rights. thank you both. meanwhile, barbra streisand, she is claiming president trump is to blame for gun violence in florida, as msnbc -- slams the first lady first lady and ivanka trunk as fakes. for singing definitely dry mouth has been a problem for me. i'm also on a lot of medications that dry my mouth. i just drank tons of water all the time. it was never enough. i wasn't sure i was going to be able to continue singing. i saw my dentist. he suggested biotene. it feels refreshing. my mouth felt more lubricated. i use biotene rinse twice a day and then i use the spray throughout the day. it actually saved my career in a way. biotene really did make a difference. [heartbeat]
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cultural stories of the day. first off, ryan seacrest under pressure more than ever from the #metoo movement. let's bring in fox news contributor raymond arroyo, a gang up on men time, all the men are evil, all the women have the answers. >> this makes no sense. they looked into these allegations, spent two months, they cleared ryan seacrest, said there was no not enough eviden, they cleared him. now with the oscars coming, knowing that ryan will be a fixture, the woman making the allegations, the makeup artist, has gone public with her allegations. >> laura: after they have already been investigated. he began to win in these scenarios. even if you're cleared, you end up getting trashed. i've got to read this -- bellamy young, this actress, comes out this week, and she continues to pile on. >> let's watch.
>> i think this is a time to step aside and let someone of equal talent that is beyond reproach be in charge. now that someone is asking, do you consent, we get to say no, people have to accept that and step aside. >> laura: bellamy wants someone in hollywood who is "beyond reproach." give me that list. >> #metoo is great, but fairness has to follow, and you can't keep dredging up allegations. >> laura: okay, babs, claiming the election was rigged against hillary. that cadaver, political cadaver, blaming trump for the parkland shooting? you readers. >> here is barbra streisand. "i really believe hillary clinton won the election. she talked to senders from
michigan -- i talked to senators from michigan and wisconsin. i do believe, like i believed during bush, they were playing with these voting machines." we'll leave it there. >> shannon: playing with "funny girl." >> well, i don't mean to rain on babs' parade, she claimed to talk to senators from wisconsin and michigan. your producer today, all those senators, guess what, the two senators from wisconsin said, we never spoke to barbra streisand, we never suggested there was any voting fraud in our state's. that there is, then the funny girl needs to get the states to call their election commissioner and launch an investigation. >> laura: this is people who need people to make the call. >> something like that. >> laura: ♪ people we are going to pile on on melania. now we have the crew on "morning
joe" who are perpetually piling on melania and ivanka trump, and they said today something that -- i think we just need to watch. >> the whole thing clearly is a joke, and utter joke, just like melania's role on cyber, you know, bullying, which i think is an insult to women completely, and expects john kelly to be forced to put it in a statement about ivanka. these women have been given fake jobs. >> laura: i don't know if i were mika, talking about fake jobs. that show is gardening with the kids. fake job, okay. >> #metoo saying that women need to be respected -- >> laura: they never respect any women that are for trump. >> it then barbra streisand claiming he is to blame for the
shooting violence in florida. i found a tweet, "donald trump is making me gain weight. i start the day with liquids, but after the morning news, eat pancakes smothered in maple syrup." trump is to gain for her weight gain. >> laura: "i think even the shooter was affected because trump brings out the violence and people." she says, "lock her up." that is where she really hit th the -- >> donald trump is to blame to everything. you don't bring me pancakes anymore. >> laura: we hit every lyric. >> there was a great removed, he said, the mirror has two basis, both of them ugly. >> laura: oh, that was a classic. you just want to get on the red carpet. >> what red carpet. i'm not pure enough to be on the red carpet. >> laura: igniting a firestorm protest, no one is apparently
than 30,000 complaints about joy behar's comments about christians. the immediate research center organize the protest against "the view" host. she mocked the christian faith of mike pence earlier this month after a discussion with her cohost. >> i don't want that i want -- know that i want my vice president speaking in tong. >> like i said before, it's one thing to talk to jesus, it's another thing when jesus talks to you. that's mental illness, if i'm not correct. >> laura: hence called out nbc for giving a platform to mental intolerance and for supporting a show that compared christianity to mental illness. critics have said "review" should no longer fall under nbc's news division, but nbc news and its parent company, disney, have yet to respond to the complaints of their own viewers. for a business dependent on the family, many of them christian, this seems like the definition of a mental illness, if you ask
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♪ >> laura: before we go, we want to update everyone on the story we discussed last week when a storm in douglas student claimed that cnn tried to script questions for him. the student offered email exchanges as proof, but that students father now admitting he altered part of those emails by omitting keywords. shouldn't do that is paid by the way, jeff sessions has told axios that the dinner he had tonight was not a show of force against trump, okay? it was just the boys hanging out together, preplanned not just congratulating each other on the great job they are doing. it's not being mean to be president. no mean tweets. the man needs to eat. that is all the time we have tonight.
i cannot wait to watch shannon bream and the dick's have a great show on tap. >> shannon: here is what we have coming up tonight. ed henry investigates what happened with longtime confidant to the president, hope hicks. why did she suddenly resign? was it about light lies, chief of staff john kelly, or something else? plus, second amendment alarm bells go off after the meeting with lawmakers. an dan bongino response to media coverage of guns and gun owners amid allegations of fake news on firearms. and will ask ambassador if it is possible to bite may have jared kushner continue pursuing goals with a downgraded security clearance. ♪ hello, and welcome to